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Lord George Carnarvon, Howard Carter and the Treasures of Tutankhamum Revisited

Author of FIVE BOOKS featuring the Carnarvons of Highclere Castle William Cross will talk on Lord Carnarvon & Howard Carter of Tutankhamun Fame and will
include a new appraisal of the Tutankhamun treasures discovered in 1922.


William Cross, FSA Scot author and biographer of many Society figures of the 20th century including the Carnarvon Earls and Countesses, and a controversial book on the childhood and youth of Lord George Carnarvon gives his own appreciation of the discoverers of Tutankhamun’s Tomb in 1922. Cross will also reflect on the latest news from Luxor, Egypt on the so called hidden tombs behind the tomb of the boy King.


Speaker(s):

Mr William Cross | talks | www

 

Date and Time:

16 June 2016 at 10:30 am

Duration:

2 hours

 

Venue:

U3A Cwmbran/ Torfaen
Gwent House Gwent Square
Cwmbran, Gwent
NP44 1PL


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Organised by:

William Cross, FSA Scot
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Additional Information:

William Cross, FSA Scot is a writer and lecturer based in Newport, South Wales. He is the author of FIVE BOOKS on the Carnarvons of Highclere Castle, the backdrop to TV's Downton Abbey. He is currently working on a new book " Carnarvon, Carter and Tutankhamun Revisited: The hidden truths and doomed relationships" This will be published in November 2016.

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